Once again, the team at the family-owned Stoke by Nayland Hotel has adapted and stepped up to meet the challenge of a third national lockdown.  A great new takeaway food service from the Hotel’s Pippin Store has been launched, offering not only delicious, ready-to-eat hot dishes created by the venue’s award-winning chefs, but customers can also order the chefs’ excellent “Cook at home” frozen ready meals. 
The varied menu includes fish and chips, stir fries, pizzas, home-made burgers and salads, to suit all dietary preferences.  Another speciality, which proved popular during the spring lockdown, is the mouth-watering SbN Afternoon Tea in a box, complete with freshly made sandwiches, homemade scones, clotted cream and cakes – a great treat to brighten up the dullest of lockdown winter afternoons.
For Valentine’s week there will be an extra special Afternoon Tea for Two and a romantic 3 course Dinner for Two on offer which you can cook simply at home – look out for more details on the website!
Essential food items, fruit and vegetables are also available to buy from the store from 7am to 9pm, plus juices, beers, ales, wines and spirits. 
Group Managing Director, Susanna Rendall said, “Our family farming business has been established here and supplying produce for over 80 years, and Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa since 1999, and we understand the importance of supporting the local community. So we are using our resources at the hotel in any way we can to provide a helpful service to the area, and at the same time to keep our key staff in employment during this very challenging period.  We really look forward to welcoming local residents to use this service during the next few weeks.”
Pippin Store is open 7 days a week from 7am to 9pm.  Orders for Takeaway items can be placed between 11am and 7pm by calling 01206 264265 and the store is open for collections from 11am until 9pm.  
Full details of menus and prices are available on the Hotel’s website at www.stokebynayland.com/takeaway

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